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HeisMonday: Royce Freeman

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Royce Freeman. Junior. Running back. Oregon.

2015 stats: 283/1,836/17 – rushing.
26/348/2 – receiving.

Why Royce Freeman will win the Heisman, according to Pat: 669 more words

ESPN names this SEC running back a sleeper Heisman candidate

The most common name people are seeing as Heisman candidate in the SEC is Leonard Fournette from LSU. He’s been one of the favorites ever since Derrick Henry was handed the trophy for the 2015 season. 292 more words

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HeisMonday: Luke Falk

Luke Falk. Junior. Quarterback. Washington State.

2015 stats: 447/644/69.4% – 4,561 passing yards passing, 38 touchdowns, 8 interceptions.

Why Luke Falk will win the Heisman, according to Dan: 446 more words

Did Butch Jones just endorse his running back for Heisman?

“Hurd for Heisman” rolls off the tongue pretty nicely and surely sounds even better if you’re Tennessee head coach Butch Jones. Jones was traveling with the Big Orange Caravan  291 more words

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HeisMonday: Deshaun Watson

Each Monday from now until the season starts, we will feature a 2016 Heisman hopeful and one of us will take the side of why he will hoist the hardware in mid-December, and the other will say why he won’t. 692 more words

When Monsters...RE-Draft: 2006 NFL Draft!

It’s been ten years since the historic 2006 draft. It had so many college stars in it, including three Heisman winners (Reggie Bush, Vince Young, Matt Leonard) and introduced many unknown stars into the league. 1,491 more words

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Mark Ingram

Mark Ingram, Jr. before his time as a running back for the New Orleans Saints.  Ingram was a running back at the University of Alabama Crimson Tide, a national champion, and a Heisman trophy winner.  287 more words

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